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Extrusion line overstep values

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Hi,

Does anyone know what the extrusion line overstep values are for Cura?

I'm not sure if that is the correct nomenclature. What I am referring to is how far offset each extrusion line is from the one adjacent to it. I assume it is a ratio of the extrusion width and is probably one to one.

It would be great if this was adjustable.

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Thanks a lot DaHai8,

I normally work with simplify and I actually didn't think to check what version of Cura the company I'm working for was using. It did not have the full compliment of settings. I've downloaded a different version and now I can control everything I need to.

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